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An interesting little hamon video

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#1 Sam Salvati

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Posted 09 May 2011 - 09:49 PM

Let not the swords of good and free men be reforged into plowshares, but may they rest in a place of honor; ready, well oiled and God willing unused. For if the price of peace becomes licking the boots of tyrants, then "To Arms!" I say, and may the fortunes of war smile upon patriots

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Posted 10 May 2011 - 10:52 AM


Just a little frustrated.

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Posted 10 May 2011 - 11:10 AM


Thanks for posting that. It is really cool. Like the one you posted, this one is also illustrating the effects of the kesho-hadori polish:


It is cool how the first-above video uses a red line to indicate where the hadori has been, and a black line where the actual nioi-guchi is--also illustrating the point by manipulating the light so the hataraki can be seen "through" the kesho polish on-camera! COOL! It illustrates a good kesho-polish, and how to see through them to really inspect the "true" nioi-guchi


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